Preparation and Training
No matter what mode of transportation you decide to travel, be sure to carry a small first aid kit with you that is tailored specifically for your dog.
Health & Safety
If you are driving to your destination, you can use an app such as VetFinder from MyPet.com that helps you locate a vet near your location if something happens while on the road.
If you do have an ID tag, check that the information listed is current. Your name and phone number should be listed as well as your dog’s name. It is also a good idea to have your dog microchipped and then register that chip with the chip company. By registering the microchip, you are putting your information into a database and if your dog is lost, a veterinarian or animal shelter can scan them for a microchip. They can then find out who registered the chip and contact you.
The Real Cost to Travel with Your Dog
Is It Safe To Put Your Dog On A Plane?
Airlines That Allow Pets In Cabin
Earning Points While Traveling With Your Pet
On A Cruise
There are only a few cruise lines that currently allow small pets onboard: